Wearable electronics technology for healthcare management, personal safety, and consumer products enhancement has the potential to transform our everyday life and improve the quality of living of healthcare patients and athletes.
As interactions with data become an increasingly inherent feature of everyday life, including through health management and lifestyle tracking, it is likely that citizens' concerns for the trusted sharing and privacy of this data will continue to increase and evolve.
Reference Number. ML-2018-PhD-1. Project Summary. This research project explores the use and development of an integrated simulation model for the study of patient flow in hospitals and its dynamic effects on staffing, patients, and resources.
Applications are invited for a fully-funded three year PhD to commence in October 2019. The PhD will be based in the Faculty of Business and Law, and will be supervised by Professor Ashraf Labib, Professor Gordon Blunn and Dr Maria Barbati.